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Full text of "Linguistic Survey Of India Vol Ii Mon Khmer Siamese Chinese Families"

NOEA.

25.

187

Khak-naB man ina-nai-nffin sen<?

then      lie

heard

-kha
-servant

ka        seng    kang        se-lio,      khak-nan
noise of-dancmg noise of-mnsic having-imleed,  thvn

man   hang   luk-
he    call    hoy-

pa-lung     mai   tham-ka,    'a-nai-khan   heeh(het)-sang   Iiecli^ict) '*
e^on-one   to      asked,         * these                 why     "     dof

Khlk-nan   man   wa-ka    ti-man,   wa-ka.
Then       he      said      to-him,    tald,

*nang      maa ma, khii(n)-nang-kau    po  mau  nai-ti;           nang

younger-brother thy came,        and           father thy received;  younger-brother

maii   u   ni|     lai-pii-nai      po    man    hfich(hSt)-poi-iau.*
thy was well;   therefore father   his        made-feast-h>'$'

Nai-ngin

kham       khau-cha-se

Having-heard     (these) words  angry-being       inside-to

Pu-nai         po
Therefore     father

n-sc
having

kliat-kluu
/rom-before

ma
not

hau
gave

u-khya-ka-jau.
entreated.

ma    khau-ka-se-jan.
not    wisJi-to-go'dtil
man      ma-ti-tlia-
Us    come-to-there

man

khiin-lang
to-past

ma-jang,
not.

Sang

ho;

-indeed;

chii-khun
but

30.  khau-khang
rice-property

* maii-chau
' thou

ngim

a-tiing

ever

Ti-than              man      ti        po

To-there (thereon)        he       to    father     Ms
tan-tap-se      wa-kas     * lem-nu,
answered-having   said,        * loĽ

hang     mau-chau    kau   lum (for lung)"(lja-hc-u.

to         thee            I                serve,

4-ming       maii-chau   mii-lau-se-ko   kau

Command            thy         ever-even       I

To-nai-ko       mu-lau-sc-ke     mau-chau    hang     kau
Nevertheless      ever-even             thou         to       me

pe-ja          an               to-lung-ko-an

goat    yomg-one     w<"

mau-chau       hau-ii-oham,    "kau         kop-tang

thou             given*hadst,       I             ooth       with

tai-ko-khau-mai            tak-nai      hech (for hct)-pyu-

friends- (ohlique)        icould-have      done-merriment-

luk      mail      a-nai           thung-ma-iiiy         mau-chau

sow       thy        this      arnve-come-haning

tang-poi-ka.       Man      khang
feast-hast-made.     He    property      thy

kin-sing-kwa-jau,'       Khak-nan
devoured*                 Then

man-chau   wa-ka   ti   man,

kau

thw
mau-chau

kham

tang-lung
all

u

art

liiy

With

kau,   khu(n)-nang-kau     an

and              what      mine

jang-u      ko

me,